Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Spring By Tyler

Hi, I am so happy it is finally spring. I like winter but I`m glad their are warm seasons too. I like spring because my birthday is in the spring. I also like the warm weather. I like spring because flowers bloom and tree leafs turn green. My bunnies like spring too because they get to run around the yard (we have a big out door play pin they like too hop around in.) It is fun in the spring because we can play out side and not be cold. I like spring. Tyler

Monday, March 23, 2009

Skunks By;Rachel

Today I'm going to tell you about skunks. A skunk is a mammal. A skunks diet is omnivore. It's average life span in the wild is three years. The size this animal is from head to body is 8 to 19 inches (20 to 48 cm.)and the tail is 5 to 15 inches (13 to 38 cm.). The skunk weighs 7 oz to 14 pounds (198 g. to 6 kg.). The skunks group name is surfeit. Skunks are legendary for their powerful predator deterrent-a hard-to-remove, horrible smelling spray is an oily liquid produced by glands under it's large tail. To employ this scent bomb,a skunk turns around and blast it's foe with a foul mist that can travel as far as ten feet (three meters). Skunk spray causes no real damage to it's victims, but it sure makes them uncomfortable. It can linger for many days and defy attempts to remove it. As a defensive technique,the spray is very effective. Most skunks present otherwise easy prey for larger animals,but typically these predators give them a wide berth unless little food is available. Well that's all I have about skunks for now.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Rachel By Tyler

Hey, This is a entry about me and my sister Rachel you know her shes wrote in this blog before. Rachel and I have a close relationship as sisters, Friends, and disciples in Christ. We are almost total opposites she is a tom-boy I am not. I`m a creator,well in my mind. Rachel likes water guns, cars, Nerf guns, and all that kind of tom-boyish stuff. I like these things too but I would not hope to get one for my birthday, if you know what I mean. Rachel and I do a lot of stuff together. One time we saved our money up to go to Kansas where my Aunt Becky and Uncle Cam live. But unfortunately we do fight some times but we get over it and no matter what I wiil allways have a place in my heart for Rachel. Tyler

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Zebra's By;Rachel

Today I'm going to tell you about Zebra's. First of all zebra's are mammals,their diet is herbivore,their average life span in the wild is 25 years. The size zebra's are at the shoulder is 3.5 to 5 feet(1.1 to 1.5 m.),their weight is 440 to 990 pounds(200 to 450 kg). Zebra's stay in a large group called a herd. No animal has more distinctive coat than Zebra. each animals stripes are as unique as fingerprints-no two are exactly the same-although each of the species has it's own general pattern. Why do Zebra's have stripes I think there just there to be beautiful. Zebra's live in sub-deserts,plains and are and bushy grasslands the zebra feed's on coarse grass,sedges,bark,leaves,buds,fruit,and root's. Well that's all I have about zebra's the next time I write about animals it is going to be about a skunk.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

My sister Rebekah By:Lydia

Hi! its Lydia again and I want to tell you about my sister. Her name is Rebekah, we call her by her nickname Bekah. I like playing with her a lot, we play outside, Polly pockets, and lots of other stuff. Me and Bekah share a room in the basement,with the other girls Rachel and Tyler. They both have their own room. We like baking together, me and Bekah are friends. Me and Bekah like playing in our room a lot. Me and Bekah have a bunkbed, she has the top and I have the bottom. Me and Bekah share a desk. And that is my sister.

Friday, March 13, 2009


This blog is about a other animal a Siberian tiger (or Amur tiger). A Siberian tiger is a mammal, it's diet is a carnivore, it's size is 10.75 ft. It weight is 660lbs. Siberian tigers are the largest cats. They primarily in eastern Russia's forests, some exist in China and in Korea. There are estimated 400 to 500 Siberian tigers living in the wild, and recent studies suggest that these number are stable. Though their climate is harsher than those of other tigers, these animals have some advantages. Northern forests offer the lowest human density of any tiger habitat, and the most complete ecosystem. The vast woodlands also allow tiger far more roam, as Russia's timber industry is currently less extensive than that of many other couturiers. Females give birth to two to six cubs in a litter, the males mite or mite not help raise them. Cubs cannot hunt until they are 18 months old, and remain with their mother for two or three years, when they disperse to find their own territory. Tyler said that they going instinct. So I look on one wed site and it said 110 tigers died in India I don't read the whole thing but I read that and the wed site I read on is http://www.tigers in crisis.com/

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Dode by Tyler

Hi, Tyler here today I am going to tell you about a new creature I made. It`s called a Dode. Dode's are not male and female they don't have a mother they grow from in side a flower. there are three kinds of Dode's wild, tame, and groomed. Wild Dode's are just like they sound they are small but I would not sud just to go by a wild Dode they bite I`ll leave it at that. Tame Dode's on the other hand are very nice and don`t look as crazy as a wild Dode still tame Dode's are not good pets they like to travel a lot. Now groomed Dode's are great as pets they look lovely and love to snuggle but all so like to play their good for pet shows or 4-H. Dode's are Many different colors wild Dode's are usually brown, Orange, and yellow, tame Dode's are usually blue, red, and green, groomed Dode's are usually pink, purple, and light colors. So now I`v told you about Dodes hope you liked them. Tyler

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Gone By;Rachel

This is a true story about my cat Wolverine.We were all inside playing with the cats. Then it was time to eat so we put them outside. After supper Brenden went outside because he was doing his chores. I was inside helping Zach on the toilet. Then Brenden came inside and said,"Rachel I think your cat is dead there is something on the road and I think it's your cat let me go check". He came inside a few seconds later and said,"Wolverine's dead on the road. I started crying a lot. He had to die quick though because he had only been outside for a few minutes. My dad and brothers put him in our woods and buried him. I had a lot of dreams of Wolverine after he died. he was so pretty. If you go to my blog called playing in the leaves from last year Wolverine is on the right constants is on the left,and sissy's in the middle. Also if you go to Daniel's blog CAT'S CAT'S AND MORE CAT'S from last year Wolverine is in the back on the left. Oh yeah the day Wolverine died was Wednesday March fourth. Well now you know what happened to my cat Wolverine.

Friday, March 6, 2009

What wild animal I like.;BY,DANIEL

My favorite wild animal is a African Loin. I'm going to tell you about Lions. The Lion is a mammal, and he is a carnivore. The size from the head to it's torso of the Lion is 4.5 to 6.5ft. It's tail is 26.25 to 39.5 in. It weight 265 to 420 lbs. A group of Lions is called a pride. The only cats that live in groups are Lions. The pride are family units that may only have three males and more then a dozen female, and their cubs. All of the pride Lionesses are related, and female cubs they typically stay in the group as they age. Young males will eventually leave and establish their own prides, by taking over a group headed by another male. Only male Lions boast beautiful manes, the mane circles their necks. Males defend the pride's territory, which may included 100 square miles. The males roar warnings the intruders, and chase off animals. Female Lions are the prides primary hunters. They often work together to prey upon the Zebras, Antelopes, wildebeest, and any other large animals of the open grass. Many of these animals are faster then the Lions, so team work pays off. After the hunt, the group effort often degenerates to squadding over the share of the kill, with the cubs at the bottom of the peck. young Lions don't help hunt until they are one.

I want to write about a Siberian Tiger but I don't have time.

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